Azigear Idea List

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Azigear Idea List by Mind Map: Azigear Idea List

1. Communication

1.1. Noise

1.1.1. HANDFREE Walkie Talkie with automatic tangent button Same system as in mobile phone, pick up and speak

1.1.2. Switch off all equipment that makes noise

1.1.3. Use morse code to communicate

1.1.4. Bone conductive solution Skull microphone

1.1.5. Use headsets Use police officer's walkie talkie

1.1.6. Webcam in soft helmet

1.2. Misunderstand

1.2.1. Visual communication wrist screen show information that need to be known Visual connected camera

1.2.2. Training Everyone use same key words to communicate Code, numbers Specified vocabulary use some agreed terms esperanto terminology language training

1.2.3. Noise reduction Headphones or microphones

1.3. Communicator

1.3.1. headset Bluetooth(hand free) one seperate-central communicator and headset sound active microphone

1.3.2. police walkie talkie button on the shoulders and use chin to touch it removable, separate "push to talk"

1.3.3. Nakkipipo Radio in soft helmet

1.3.4. Radio integrated in head/wrist band Radio hanging on the neck Radio integrated like collar Communicator integrated in the suit earphone in the collar, mouth piece in the sleeves communicator has its own pocket in the suit

1.3.5. communicator has magnet attachment

1.4. Delay/Lag

1.4.1. The worker inside the pod as a narrator (give comment all the time)

1.4.2. Use machine to pull it up and use controller to control

1.4.3. to be trainned to use some codes code words exact message/training

1.5. Other way of communication

1.5.1. New nodeHandsigns+video camera handsign+still camera hand signals

1.5.2. Use different light/light code to deliver message: green-lift up, red-stop, yellow-release

1.5.3. Webcam in soft helmet messenger

2. Lighting

2.1. How to carry light

2.1.1. light integrated to overal and the body Head protection/soft helmet and led light attached to body:head hand,…. head lamp wrist band lamp/head band lamp New nodelight in suit light in mouth piece

2.1.2. light hanging from rope

2.1.3. attached to something every distance along the wall

2.1.4. light integrated in tools carabiner light, hook it to the suit light integrated to tools light integrated in tool bag light inside the toolbag

2.2. How / where to attach light

2.2.1. phisical solution carabiner light light with a hook attatch the light with hook with hook

2.2.2. Magnet light use magnet to attach the wall

2.2.3. hang it from a rope

2.3. power sources

2.3.1. electric wire

2.3.2. battery

2.4. what kind of light?

2.4.1. ambient light

2.4.2. focusing light

3. Tool Carrying

3.1. How to prevent dropping tools

3.1.1. Attached Tools attached to suit Tools attatched to safetyline Tools attatched to azipod

3.1.2. Hanging Tools hanging from jo-jo

3.1.3. Cheking amount of tools when going down/up

3.1.4. Sticky gloves

3.1.5. Magnetic wristband

3.2. How to prevent forgetting tools

3.2.1. Manual checking Cross checking Measure the weight of the bag New nodeChecklist

3.2.2. Checking device RFID Tools that make noise if not in the bag when getting out of azipod

3.2.3. Coloured tags in tools

3.2.4. Special places for every tool

3.3. How to take tools from the bag easily

3.3.1. Open bag Wide open bag Fully opening bag

3.3.2. Placing tools Each tool has its own specific place in the bag

3.3.3. Tools with different grips

3.3.4. Illuminate bag

4. Lifting

4.1. How to lift/lower the tools

4.1.1. Rope+bag Toolbag with rope Self rewinding wheel A counter weight Winch

4.1.2. Other Transport rail Different size standard transport boxes

4.1.3. Less lifting Universal tool(s)

4.1.4. No lifting Tools inside the Azipod

4.2. Preventing of falling or reducing the damage

4.2.1. Rope Fall prevent lock in rope A delayer. Like climber´s Elevator/winch +standing level Seat belt system Harness and an automatic break

4.2.2. Short safety lines 2 moveable carabiners Attaching points

4.2.3. Miscellaneous Airbag system Parachute Safety net Helium

4.3. How to Lift out victims

4.3.1. How to control the lift By man From inside, not out side Rescuer in the same rope Handles in the rope Machine Automatic break Other Frame aruond the victim

4.3.2. Lifting power Man Machine Adjustable with safety switch Electric winch

4.3.3. Lifting position Upright From shoulders From ankles

4.3.4. Not vertical Sliding when horizontal Balloon attached to the wall Rope quiding Quide wheels Carabiners Differerent attachement points on the suit Attached frame

4.3.5. Stuck Lubrication Pressure suit that shrinks Door handles in the suit Limited force

5. Working suit

5.1. How to solve the uncomfortableness

5.1.1. Temperature Use liquid/air cooling system Have breathing holes in suit Use ventilation openings Use heat dissipating material Partially web material Breathing fabric Use fabric that forms an air layer between skin and cloth when it is hot Small holes in fabric

5.1.2. Weight Use thin/light-weight material Minimize the material use

5.1.3. Size Custom-made (tailored) Make it adjustable Provide many sizes

5.1.4. Stiffness Use flexible fabric Use flexible construction

5.1.5. Breathable? Use sweat suit mid-layer Use 2-layer material Use 2-part suit Use breathable material

5.2. Have pocket/Have no pocket

5.2.1. Pocket with plastic zipper

5.2.2. Use slim fit pockets (when it is used, it will expend)

5.2.3. Backpack

5.2.4. Belt

5.2.5. Waist bag

5.2.6. Removable pocket

5.2.7. Jacket

5.3. Materials

5.3.1. How to cut it off quickly Cutting line for instruction Material that can be cut with normal scissor Cutting points for instruction

5.3.2. How to increase visibility Use reflecting strips Use light Use vivid colour Coloured lifting points Use fluorescent colour

5.4. How to put it on in a simple way/How to take it off easily?

5.4.1. Separate jacket and pants

5.4.2. Use velcro

5.4.3. Cloth holder(like shoe holder or shoehorn)

5.4.4. Suck the air out(when you're putting it on, it is loose, then you suck the air out, it becomes tight)

5.4.5. Slippery internal surface

5.4.6. No loops, belts, buttons

5.4.7. Only 1 attachment

5.4.8. Use Colour codes to indicate how to wear

5.4.9. Oversize suit, but it can be tight with straps

5.4.10. Loose worksuit

5.5. Padding

5.5.1. How to prevent cold? Heating system inside Azipod Bring a blanket

5.5.2. Work in same posture for long time Attachable padding Movable padding Detachable padding Velcro spaces for padding Separate padding with magnet inflatable neck support

5.5.3. How to add the protection Inflatable air bag Many small padding all around Soft padding inside the fabric

6. Protection

6.1. How to motivate people to use them

6.1.1. Good looking

6.1.2. Comfortable

6.1.3. Punishment if not used

6.1.4. Rewarded if used

6.2. Head protection

6.2.1. Nakkipipo

6.2.2. Soft hat

6.2.3. integrated hood in work suit

6.2.4. Thin breathable helmet

6.3. What to protect

6.3.1. Head

6.3.2. Knees

6.3.3. Feet

6.3.4. Back

6.3.5. Elbows

6.4. No extra volume

6.4.1. Small flexible suit

6.4.2. Soft padding

6.4.3. Small pieces of hard padding